Candace Hill-Montgomery

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Candace Hill-Montgomery (born February 9, 1945) is an American writer and artist. She works in photography, mixed-media collage, and watercolors.[1][2] Hill was born in New York City, where she attended Fordham University (B.A., 1977) and Hunter College (M.A., 1981). She was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1985.[3] She also published essays in the Woman's Art Journal.[4] Her work is now in the New Digital Archive Museum.[5] In 1985, Hill-Montgomery curated a solo exhibition of Lorna Simpson's work with Lucy R. Lippard titled Working Women/Working Artists/Working Together.[6]


  1. ^ Wolff, Theodore F. (August 14, 1980). "Black Art Thrives at Harlem's Studio Museum". Christian Science Monitor.
  2. ^ "Candace Hill-Montgomery". Thomas J. Watson Archive.
  3. ^ "Candace Hill-Montgomery". John C. Guggenheim Foundation.
  4. ^ Lippard, Lucy R., and Candace Hill-Montgomery. (1982). "Working Women/Working Artists/Working Together". Woman's Art Journal. 3: 19–20.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)
  5. ^ "Currents: Candace Hill-Montgomery". New Museum.
  6. ^ "10 Artists Remember Their First Exhibition | artnet News". artnet News. 2016-08-11. Retrieved 2018-07-29.